Arrows Making an Impact: Hannah Haselhuhn ’18

Hannah Haselhuhn ’18 attended Monclova Christian Academy before enrolling at St. Ursula Academy. Her extracurricular activities at SUA included being a key member of the STEM Club, which allowed her to explore her passion for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. She was also a member of the Musical stage crews and the Ambassador Society. She participated in the band and stage crew at St. Francis de Sales High School, further honing her skills and expanding her horizons.

Haselhuhn’s fondest memory takes her back to the BEST Robotics regional competitions held in Fargo, North Dakota. As a member of the robotics team, she and her teammates not only forged strong bonds, but also learned from exceptional mentors. She believes that this experience created a desire for her to volunteer with the SUA STEM program after graduation.

Haselhuhn attended the University of Toledo. In December of 2022, she earned a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, with a minor in Operations and Supply Chain Management. Currently employed as a Project Engineer at Industrial Power Systems in Rossford, Haselhuhn has found fulfillment in applying her knowledge and skills to real-world projects. Her work encompasses diverse areas, including the design of a racecar, pipeline infrastructure management, and construction projects throughout Ohio. Guided by the values instilled in her at SUA, she embraces servant leadership, becoming a steward of the Earth and its resources, an advocate for her colleagues, and an instrument of God's plan.

Haselhuhn advises recent graduates to cherish the sense of community that extends far beyond graduation. Her SUA friendships have endured, along with the unwavering support from faculty and staff. Both have provided her with confidence throughout her educational and professional endeavors. The lessons she learned in and outside the classroom have shaped her into the person she is today and instilled values of teamwork, leadership, and service.

Despite her current confident and outgoing demeanor, she admits to being an introvert. It was SUA's nurturing environment that encouraged her to step outside her comfort zone.


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